Just how private is location data kept by cellphone providers? Join us after the Supreme Court renders its decision in Carpenter v. United States to hear experts reflect on implications for policy and practice.
As Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) observed — due to regulations enacted in the United States since the 1970s — a toaster with a one in five chance of burning down one’s house could hardly be sold on the market by the 2000s.
IQ2 holds a live debate on the motion "Negotiations Can Denuclearize North Korea" at the first Georgetown University Women’s Forum.
Former Deputy Attorney General and Georgetown Law Distinguished Lecturer from Government Sally Q. Yates hosted “Democracy in the Balance: The Essential Role of Democratic Institutions and Norms” at Georgetown Law on April 26.
On April 25, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in the case of Trump v. Hawaii — with Georgetown Law Professor Neal Katyal, a partner at Hogan Lovells, arguing as counsel of record for the State of Hawaii.
Before Professor Urska Velikonja came to Georgetown, she says, she was not overly concerned about what was going on at the Supreme Court.
The D.C. Street Law Clinic at Georgetown Law will hold its 46th Annual Street Law Final on April 23. Throughout the year, more than 300 students from D.C. public high schools have been working with Georgetown Law students to learn about practical law…
Former Deputy Attorney General and Georgetown Law Distinguished Lecturer Sally Q. Yates and other leading voices from across the political spectrum will discuss “Democracy in the Balance: The Essential Role of Democratic Institutions and Norms” at…
As a student in Georgetown Law’s Street Law Clinic, Natasha Walls Smith’s (L’19) role was to teach D.C. high school students about constitutional policing, focusing on probable cause and reasonable suspicion. She taught the unit at Eastern High School, and then at Roosevelt High School, changing mid-semester.
Administrations of both parties have traditionally kept the Department of Justice at arm’s length, allowing investigations and prosecutions to run their course without political interference.
Professor Edith Brown Weiss Honored for 30 Years of Service to the Georgetown Environmental Law ReviewApril 18, 2018 Environmental Law Faculty/Staff
The Georgetown Environmental Law Review launched in the 1980s through the efforts of three founding students, all women: Bernadette Brennan (L’89), Sara Schreiner (L’85) and Cynthia Jirgensons (L’89).
Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee; Tom Davis, the former Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee; noted scholars; and experts who have served in the FBI, Department of Justice and White House…